SummerStage 2018 With 100 Free Shows From Central Park To Your Park

April 18, 2018

Hey Harlem, we’re delighted to announce the 2018 season of SummerStage, with more than 100 performances in 18 neighborhood parks across New York City.

Get ready for a summer filled with the best music from around the world — from iconic performers to up-and-coming artists you should know. View the complete 2018 SummerStage season schedule here.

Don’t miss their first FREE show of the season with a performance from two-time Grammy-winning jazz vocalist Gregory Porter in Central Park on Saturday, June 2. The season continues with more than 150 artists including indie-pop’s San Fermin and rapper and social activist Talib Kweli in Brooklyn, dancehall star Kranium in Queens, Chicano folk band Las Cafeteras on Staten Island, and two-time Grammy winners Spanish Harlem Orchestra in the Bronx, to name just a few. Bring your whole family as we throw a Mardi Gras-style party at our annual Family Day with New Orleans greats Rebirth Brass Band in Central Park on Sunday, July 15, and be there to celebrate the annual Charlie Parker Jazz Festival in late August.

From indie to Afrobeat, Latin trap to soul, reggae to contemporary dance, fado to EDM, and everything in between, SummerStage 2018 brings you legendary artists and introduces you to the performer you’ll love next!

Watch the official 2018 SummerStage Season trailer below or visit our website to get full program details. While you’re there, don’t forget to become a SummerStage Member to  skip the line and help keep our shows free!

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